Women’s Internet History Project is dedicated to preserving the stories and contributions of women who were the pioneers of the early internet days 1980-1999. This project provides the biographies, contributions, experiences, and connections shared by women who were involved with the internet and digital.

Mission: The premise of this project is to provide a platform to tell our stories, connect with one another, and celebrate the accomplishments of women in every aspect of the Internet evolution.

We’re building a historical record of women in the Internet history over a 20-year span.

The project is co-founded by Tery Spataro and Aliza Sherman.